Stress is a common experience that if left unaddressed can result in a number of detrimental outcomes. Given its prevalence, a number of stress management interventions across populations have been developed. In this article, common and emerging types of stress management interventions will be described, including cognitive, behavioural, cognitive-behavioural, relaxation, mindfulness, psychoeducational, multimodal, third wave behavioural, alternative, and online approaches. Furthermore, research describing the application of these interventions and outcomes related to individuals, groups, and relationships, as well as to specific populations (general population, students, children/adolescents, employees, and individuals with medical or mental health conditions) will be described. Limitations and future directions are also identified.